Stasis Labs / Narayana Health Pilot

Stasis Labs has developed the Stasis Monitoring System (SMS), a bedside monitoring system along with a portable tablet that serves as a patient chart because many patients remain in ICUs past the point of needed care, and need only to be monitored. In this pilot, the SMS was implemented in beds across multiple Narayana Health hospital non-ICU wards in the Bangalore Medicity Branch in order to decongest the intensive care unit and improve operational efficiency.

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Pilot Duration

January - March 2017



Narayana Health City, Bangalore



630+ patients were monitored on the SMS over the pilot period.

The primary pilot objective was to understand whether clinicians and nurses are able to use the product effectively to improve the quality of care for their patients.

Clinician feedback:

  • Clinicians agreed that the product improves the quality of patient care.

Nurse feedback: 
Nurses in the high acuity areas of the hospital found most use for the SMS.

High Acuity:  Includes the High Dependency Unit, and post-operative ward

  • 100% of the nurses in the high-acuity area agree that SMS is easy to use.

  • 91% agree that SMS improves care.

As part of the pilot, patients were also escalated to the ICU for further care based on clinical assessment of long-term trends.


Lessons Learned

The pilot provided several business-related insights that will help Stasis plan, manage, and execute an effective sales process with large corporate hospitals across India.

  • Defined use case for large-scale installation of the SMS in multi-speciality hospitals where deployments across several areas need to be customized to the need

  • Several product improvements and differential deployments were explored that have increased the value proposition of the product

  • Provided insights into the commercialization process and development of contracts for corporate chains and identification of potential pitfalls

  • Helped validate pricing and the financial model for corporate chains in Southern India

  • Helped identify strategies for effective nurse training and clinician engagement for large hospital providers

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